Hazara Foundation opens charity bakeries to feed Kabul residents

The Hazara Foundation, an Afghan charity organization, has distributed bread to hundreds of at-risk families through two bakeries in Kabul this week.
The foundation opened two Tabassum charity bakeries in the west of Kabul this week and produce Naan bread for around 300 needy families every day.
The foundation’s officials stated that if they are able to continue assisting people they would like to increase the number of bakeries in order to distribute aid across the city.
Mohammad Sharif Tabish, a member of the Tabassum charity bakery, stated: “As an employee of the Hazara Foundation, I am glad to provide people with aid.”
Ghulam Hussain, another member of the bakery, said: “The Hazara Foundation distributes Naan daily to 300 needy and homeless families.”
Desperate families meanwhile welcomed the Foundation’s initiative.
Masooma, a recipient, stated: “I am very happy that they (foundation) surveyed our homes and told us that we are a deserving family. I got a card and today I received bread. We are needy and have no breadwinner.”
Another recipient, Khadija said: “My husband is sick and we are a six-member family. My children are weaving carpets but have no income.”The post Hazara Foundation opens charity bakeries to feed Kabul residents first appeared on Ariana News.

Source: Ariana News

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